Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Rafa Mir could be the subject of a bid from Valencia.
According to Sport Aragorn, the Spanish outfit are ‘best placed’ to land Mir this summer, with the 23-year-old having impressed them during his loan spell with Huesca.
It’s claimed Wolves are already looking at moving him on, and want to make a tidy profit.
The club have made it clear that they won’t accept anything less than €15 million/£13 million.
Apparently Valencia, who are the club Wolves signed Mir from back in 2017, would need to make sales to be able to afford the player.
Sport Aragorn say that talented young midfielder Kang-in Lee could be offloaded and actually head to Molineux in a separate deal.
Apparently this is the most feasible and advanced option at the moment.
South Korea international Lee, 20, has been with Valencia since 2011.
Lee is an exciting prospect
While Mir is probably deserving of another shot at Molineux, it doesn’t seem like the club will be willing to give him one.
But this claim that Lee could wind up in the Black Country is actually quite exciting.
The star is a very talented, technical player who is left-footed – which would be good considering Wolves lack attacking players of suck kind.